Antique Japanese Fude-Tate Brush Holder

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This unusual and high quality antique Japanese Fude-Tate, or brush holder, is made with fine Hirado porcelain and glazing. It is decorated with Kiku (chrysanthemum) in the lattice open work. The blue underglazing highlights the leaves. Dating from the Late Edo or Early Meiji periods, this brush pot is an excellent example of the Hirado porcelains produced during this time. No chips or cracks.

Item Details

Reference #:
VB9077X
Quantity
1
Category
Ceramics
Department
Antiques
Year
circa 1850-1880
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
2.00 x 3.75 x 2.00
Weight
1.00
Condition
Antique / Good
Material
Hirado Porcelain (Ci)